– Brian Wolfe of Shawnee Trail was arrested for OVI following a traffic stop in the 100 block of Pontious Lane after officers noted him driving a vehicle with no visible tag. The owner of the vehicle from Chillicothe arrived on the scene and advised the subjects did not have permission to use the vehicle but declined to file charges.
– Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 400 block of East Union Street. Narcotics were recovered at the scene, and a male and female subject left the residence voluntarily. A report was taken.
– A 911 caller reported a male standing in the middle of the railroad tracks on Rosewood Avenue. Norfolk Southern was advised to stop trains. Officers checked all the railroad tracks within the city limits but were unable to locate anyone.
– Officers responded to an injury accident at the YMCA on Nicholas Drive.
– The school resource officer requested a report on assault at Everts Middle School.
– A juvenile female called 911 to report her boyfriend kicked her out of the house, it was raining and she had nowhere to go. The female was transported to her parents’ house.
– An employee of Hammel McCrady on East Main Street reported a neighbor has been dumping trash in the company dumpster. A report was taken on theft of services.
– The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office advised a possible drunk driver had left TriMold and was possibly headed into the city. Officers were advised to be on the lookout for the vehicle.
– A resident in the 100 block of Gale Court reported employees from Rent-A-Center were at a neighbor’s residence attempting to gain entry, but the residents were not home. Information was obtained. The neighbor later called to report she had been advised the employees tried to break in while she was away. Officers advised there was no damage or any signs of attempted forced entry, and they would follow up with the business the following day.
– Extra patrol was requested on Meadow Drive after a caller reported a known subject driving through the neighborhood at a high rate of speed with dark tinted windows and a loud exhaust.
– The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office advised officers to be on the lookout for two males who had passed counterfeit bills at the Dollar General store and Speedway in South Bloomfield.
– An employee at McDonald’s on South Court Street reported a male and female had paid with counterfeit money. A report was taken on criminal simulation.
– A caller reported a disabled vehicle blocking traffic at Clark Drive and Nicholas Drive. Officers were unable to locate.
– Justin Speakman was arrested on a warrant in the 300 block of East Mound Street.
– A resident in the 600 block of Ridgewood Avenue reported identity theft by known subjects. A report was taken on fraud.
– A resident in the 200 block of Westwood Drive reported his 10-year-old and 6-year-old grandchildren were refusing to listen to him and kept going into the roadway to play. Extra patrol was requested in the area.
– Joshua Wonderly, 29, was arrested in the 500 block of Renick Avenue on a warrant for failure to appear.
– A caller reported a female at the Duke and Duchess station told her she had been assaulted in a domestic dispute with her boyfriend and dumped at that location. Before officers arrived, the female got into a vehicle with someone and drove away. Officers performed a traffic stop and determined she had removed herself from a domestic situation and the driver was giving her a ride. The scene checked OK.
– John Jarrells, 35, was arrested in the 200 block of West Mound Street on a warrant for failure to appear.
– A caller in the 900 block of South Court Street reported an active fight between four female juveniles at the Twin Oaks Apartments. Officers were unable to locate.
– A resident in the 200 block of North Washington Street requested extra patrol due to a suspicious person who claimed to be with the Kirby vacuum company in the area.
– Joshua R. Gray was arrested in the 300 block of Eva Drive after a 911 caller reported a 26-year-old male had possibly overdosed. A report was taken on possession.
– A resident in the 1200 block of Williams Drive reported a neighbor was sawing outside and being loud. The officer advised the subject said no one was outside sawing. He was advised of the complaint.
– Christina A. Jenkins was arrested on an active warrant from the Whitehall Police Department after an employee at Burger King reported she was just in the drive-thru and appeared to be under the influence. Jenkins was transported to Scioto Downs for exchange of custody with Whitehall PD.
– A caller reported a male subject sleeping inside of Tim Horton’s on U.S. Route 23, and he was unsure of the subject’s condition. Officers advised the subject checked OK and was sent on his way.
– A resident in the 100 block of Camber Drive reported an unknown female was on her front porch crying. The female advised she was stranded, and the officer transported her to the police station to call for a ride.
– A caller reported a domestic situation in the 900 block of South Court Street and reportedly witnessed a male subject pulling a female around by her hair. Another caller reported the subjects were now in front of Twin Oaks Apartments, and the male was hitting the female. The subjects were located, and the female declined to file charges but said she would be staying at another location. A report was taken on a domestic dispute.
– An employee at Pet Pro Shop on North Court Street reported a fire had been extinguished at the business. The fire department arrived on the scene, and a message was left for the county building inspector.
– The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office advised of a vehicle in the area of Western Avenue and West Main Street that was reportedly driving recklessly and almost caused two collisions. Officers stopped the vehicle, and the driver checked OK. He was advised regarding his driving habits.
– A Stoutsville resident reported another driver struck his vehicle in the parking lot at Chase Bank, but the other driver was denying it. The officer advised both parties had exchanged information.
– A resident came to the police station to report a hit-skip property damage accident in the parking lot at Berger Hospital several days before. The female advised she would contact her insurance company due to minor damage.
– Officers responded to reports of a male subject trespassing in a guest room at the Budget Host Inn. The male left prior to the officer’s arrival but returned while he was speaking with the caller. The subject was advised he was not allowed back on the property or he would be charged with trespassing.
– A resident in the 400 block of North Scioto Street reported a group of juveniles from a neighboring apartment were hitting her property with a baseball bat, and it was an ongoing problem. All parties were advised to stay on their own property.
– A resident in the 900 block of South Court Street reported two juvenile males were walking down the street and threw something at his window. There was no damage to the window, but the resident requested extra patrol.
– A caller reported a lock had been cut off a shed near the playground at the former Atwater Elementary School and the doors were standing open. Officers were able to secure the shed and advised the owner, who said he would look at the damage and call if he needed police to return. A report was taken on criminal damage.
– A resident in the 300 block of Weldon Avenue came to the police station to report threats by family members. Officers advised the resident to contact law enforcement immediately if an incident occurs, and extra patrol was requested in the neighborhood.
– A caller from Forest Cemetery reported a vehicle dumping brush in the cemetery, and two males were going door to door attempting to get paid for removing yard debris. Officers were unable to locate the subjects.
– A resident came to the police station to report she was bitten by a dog in the 100 block of East Mill Street. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 100 block of East Franklin Street reported two suspicious juveniles in the alley beside her residence. The juveniles checked OK.
– A resident in the 200 block of Westwood Drive reported his 10-year-old and 6-year-old grandchildren were refusing to listen to him. The officer advised the children’s mother was there, and the situation was resolved.
– A resident in the 300 block of Logan Street reported finding eight roofing nails in his driveway. Information was obtained.
– A resident in the 100 block of Rosewood Avenue reported several juveniles had torn down a basketball hoop at Ted Lewis Park. A report was taken.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at the Short Stop on East Main Street. The scene checked OK.
– A resident in the 100 block of Pinckney Street reported the Pour House had left its back door open, and the music was very loud. The business was advised of the complaint.
– Officers responded to an activated alarm at Rural King on U.S. Route 23. The scene checked OK.
– A resident in the 500 block of North Pickaway Street reported her juvenile son left with an unknown subject and she was unsure of his whereabouts. A report was taken. The caller later reported she had found her son in the area of Rosewood Avenue at Ted Lewis Park, and he was taken back home.
– The Ohio State Highway Patrol advised of three suspicious males walking southbound on Chatham Drive. Officers were unable to locate.
– A 911 caller reported a fight between a male and a female in the area of J.R. Hooks on Watt Street. A report was taken on a domestic dispute that officers advised was all verbal.
– An officer discovered an open gate at Cargill on West Main Street. The scene appeared to check OK, and the keyholder advised they would call if there were any further problems.
– A caller reported seeing lights on one of the vehicles in the sales lot of Coughlin Automotive on U.S. Route 23. Officers responded with the employees and advised the vehicle was secure and the lights had been left on accidentally.
– Officers responded to a domestic complaint in the 200 block of North Pickaway Street. A report was taken on a dispute.
– An officer reported the traffic light was flashing at North Court and High streets. The city street department was advised.
– A resident on Ray Avenue reported receipt of a counterfeit $20 bill. He said he believes he got the bill from either Walmart or Sunoco on East Main Street. He reported he went to Sonic to make a purchase and they told him the money was counterfeit. He was referred to the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office to file a report.
– A resident reported he was at a friend’s house on Lewis Avenue and came out to find damage to the rear bumper of his car. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 100 block of Nicholas Drive reported someone had broken into her two vehicles sometime overnight.
– A caller in the 100 block of York Street reported she was being accused by a known subject of egging his vehicle and he said he was going to contact police, but she insisted she did not do it. Information was obtained.
– A caller reported a male and a female arguing loudly and throwing items out of a residence in the 100 block of West Water Street. Both parties were advised if any further complaints were received, they would be arrested and charged. A report was taken on disorderly conduct.
– An Ashville resident came to the police station to discuss problems with a child custody exchange in the city.
– A resident in the 300 block of East Franklin Street reported juveniles were throwing something at houses and had hit his house. A report was taken.
– A resident in the 100 block of Mingo Street reported someone had thrown egg on his vehicle overnight, and he was unsure if there was damage. A report was taken on criminal damaging.
– A resident in the 100 block of Caroline Court reported a fire in the mulch at the apartment that appeared to be out. The fire department arrived and handled the scene.
– A resident reported a problem with an unsecured door at Coughlin Automotive on U.S. Route 23. A keyholder was contacted and responded to the scene.
– A resident in the 100 block of West High Street called 911 to report her dog was missing, but she found it as she dialed the phone. She was advised on the use of 911.
– A resident in the 100 block of Hayward Street reported her child’s father took the child but did not have custodial rights. The male was located, and the child was turned back over to its mother. A report was taken on interference of custody.
– A caller reported a large open burn fire in the 500 block of Ridgewood Drive. Officers advised it was a cooking fire and checked OK.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal